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Goodmans Interior Structures Announces Finalists for $20,000 Office Makeover

 

 

Goodmans Interior Structures has announced the finalists for its Goodmans’ Eye for the Good GuyS Board Governance Award.

The award recognizes the most effective nonprofit (501c3) boards of directors, one in Maricopa and one in Pima counties. Goodmans, an Arizona-operated furniture dealer, will donate a $20,000 new collaborative work environment to the winning organizations.

“We are grateful for the enormous impact these boards of directors make in the community and for their commitment to effective leadership,” said Adam Goodman, CEO of the family-owned Goodmans Interior Structures.

Finalists in Maricopa County:

>> Boys Hope Girls Hope of Arizona

>> Duet: Partners In Health & Aging

>> Esperanca

>> Free Arts for Abused Children of Arizona

>> Lost Our Home Pet Foundation

>> Phoenix Collegiate Academy

>> Phoenix Herpetological Society

>> Ryan House

>> Southwest College of Naturopathic Medicine & Health Sciences

>> UMOM New Day Centers

The public will vote for its favorite “Good GuyS” from March 11-22 at goodmansgoodguy.com/.

Each voter may pick only one favorite nonprofit organization.

The winners will be determined based on a tallied score from a questionnaire, the judges’ review of the answers and public voting. Goodmans will announce the winners in April with the unveiling of the new spaces in May or June.

 

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